Tesla Cybertruck Spotted Charging At Supercharger As Launch Nears

As Tesla continues to get the Cybertruck ready for mass production the electric truck has started to break cover more and more. The latest example is a truck with RC_BUILD ENGINEERING PROTOTYPE printed on the side and rear.

The truck was spotted charging at a Supercharger in Las Vegas, and it looks to be similar to other Cybertrucks beyond the new labeling on the side.

As software fans will know, a Release Candidate is the last beta version before the final release to the public which suggests that this new version is as complete as these things are going to get ahead of mass protection.

However, as Electrek notes, there are some things of note about this particular Cybertruck.

In the video, we can see that the RC has several wires and sensors attached. Two are taped to the vehicle near the charging port (which makes sense if they’re testing supercharging), and one runs between the tow hitch area and the rear passenger window.

The report says that the driver of the truck wouldn’t say anything about it when asked, however. As for what the Cybertruck timeline now looks like, it’s expected that the EV will be ready for limited mass production this year although it’s likely only specific customers will be able to get one for a while yet.

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